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1980s
David F. Met
(1980) is Senior
Vice President of Production Operations
at Scripps Networks.
Sharon Stevens Biscardi
(1981) is an English teacher at Holy
Trinity Academy in Melbourne, FL. She
previously was manager of Commu-
nications and Public Relations with
Shoprite Supermarkets.
Edward F. Giltenan
(1981) is
Director of Corporate Communications
at T. Rowe Price Group.
Michael Iantosca
(1981,
Broadcast Media) is Senior Software
Engineer and Product Development
Manager at IBM Corporation.
Barry Lewis
(1982) is an author
and editor for the Times Herald-Record.
He authored the book,
From Brooklyn
to Bucolic.
Mary Alice Russo
(1982)
is Vice President of Marketing with
Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Services
and Executive Director of Whitney M.
Young, Jr. Foundation.
Christopher Barnes
(1983)
was an original founding member of
Fox News Radio in 2003 and is currently
a reporter and anchor.
Paul Palmer
(1984) is a three-
time Emmy winner for sports coverage
as a producer at ESPN.
Adam Their
(1984) is a Partner
and Chief Technology Ofcer of Blue
Line.
Patricia M. Walsh
(1985)
is Vice President of Communications
and Marketing for the McGraw-Hill
companies.
Michael J. Barker
(1986,
Advertising) is President and CEO of
Integrated Marketing Services, Inc.
Ian O’Connor
(1986, Journal-
ism) is a sports columnist with
FoxSports.com and The Record (N.J.), a
radio host with ESPN Radio and author
of Arnie & Jack: Palmer, Nicklaus, and
Golf ’s Greatest Rivalry.
Paul Rezza
(1986, Communica-
tion Arts) is a Senior Financial Analyst
at Columbia University.
Mike Carey
(1987) is News
Director of WGDJ-AM/Talk1300 and is a
numerous recipient of Associated Press
and NY State Broadcasters Association
awards.
Tim Curry
(1987) is Director
of Group Sales with Hyatt Hotels and
Resorts.
Scot Neven
(1987) is a furniture
and art seller, restorer and researcher
whose work has been written about
in several publications, including Elle
Décor, House & Garden, Boston Globe,
andWallpaper.
John H. Miller
(1988) is Senior
Marketing Director at Anheuser-Busch.
Joseph O’Brien
(1988) is a
writer for The Late Late Show with
Craig Ferguson for the television pro-
duction companyWorldWide Pants.
David Schifter
(1988) is
Director of Casting at Hollywood East
Casting. He has spent 14 years as a TV
news investigative reporter for several
stations and is scheduled to appear in
fve movie roles.
Renee Hewit
(1989, Journal-
ism) owns and operates Hewitt PR, a
public relations and communications
consulting frm.
Karen McGetrick
(1989) is an
Executive Producer of corporate meet-
ings and events for Time Magazine.
Susanne Wilson
(Lynn)
(1989) is an account executive for
Tempur-Pedic and is President of her
local PTA chapter.
1970s
Mike Harrigan
(1974) founded
and now owns ROI Marketing Agency.
John Gilmartin
(1975) is a Se-
nior Producer & Director at NBC Sports
and has won 11 Sports Emmys.
Kenneth J. Muckenhaupt
(1976) is Financial Service Sector CTO for
IBM Server and Technology Group.
Ellen Benoit
(1977) is a Principal
Investigator at the National Develop-
ment and Research Institutes and
Project Director at Center for Com-
prehensive Care, St. Luke’s-Roosevelt
Hospital Center.
Joseph Ford
(1979) is the
Assistant Production Manager in the
College Books department for Bedford/
St. Martin’s Publishing.
1990s
James Baumann
(1990,
Advertising) is Senior Vice President of
National Accounts & Media Marketing
for the Ad Council. James currently
serves on the Advisory Board for the
School of Communication & the Arts as
well as Graduate and Adult Enrollment
Advisory Board.
Kim Knox Beckiu
s
(1990) is
a freelance writer and photographer
and writes for About.com. Kim has
written six books, the latest of which is
titled
The New England Coast: The Most
Spectacular Sights & Destinations
.
Laurie Aurelia Cerven
y
(1990, Journalism) is Partner at the law
frm Bingham McCutchen LLP, where
she specializes in Corporate and Securi-
ties Law.
Melissa Reilly
(1990) is a
Producer and Acquisitions Manager
withWestonWoods/Scholastic. Melissa
received the 2009 Andrew Carnegie
Medal for the flm adaptation of
March
On! The Day My Brother Martin Changed
the World
about the 1963 Civil Rights
march onWashington D.C.
AnnMarie Rung
(1990, Public
Relations) is a certifed yoga instruc-
tor at Jersey Shore Hot Yoga, having
completed over 500 hours of study and
yearly seminars.
Rob Naylor
(1991) is an Associ-
ate Director for ABC’s The View and is
the owner of Very Smart Productions
and door55.com.
Christopher Andrews
(1992,
Public Relations) is a Communications
Manager at IBM Corporation.
Heather Russell Andros
(1992, Public Relations) is an elemen-
tary school teacher at Arlington Central
Schools.
Marc Liepis
(1992) is a Segment
Producer on NBC’s Late Night with
Jimmy Fallon after 11 years as publicity
director for Saturday Night Live and
Late Night with Conan O’Brien.
Luis Marin
(1992, Radio/TV/
Film) is a freelance photographer, flm-
maker, and designer for his agency, Luis
Marin Creative.
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